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About Us

What makes us different

Truly impactful advances in medical development require truly impactful advances in technology and that’s what we’ve tried to do.

Our mission is to build innovative and creative technology that transforms clinical trial processes, empowers and inspires your teams, and puts the power of information and decision-making, not back in your hands, but in your hands. Maybe for the first time.

Why we exist

We want to play our small part in the large ecosystem of clinical teams, pharmaceutical scientists, healthcare professionals, governments and bio-pharmaceutical companies working to bring life-saving therapies to patients worldwide.

Collaboration underpins everything we do at Pharmaseal, and we recognise it underpins everything out there too.

Who We Are

Common sense suggests that the more experts, the better. We agree, but we don’t just want industry experts. We’ve gathered Pharmaseal people from everywhere, which means we have extensive specialisms.

We’re trying to find a solution for the management and control of clinical trials, and that requires a first-rate team. Our people are a talented group of creative software engineers, architects, analysts, experts in agile development, product strategists, and a few industry experts.

Company Culture

We want to empower your clinical development processes, but before that, we need to empower our team.

We believe that having shared thoughts and values shapes how people work. We have created an environment that champions diversity, transparency and creativity. In practice, this means we actively seek people from diverse backgrounds and identities. In everything we do, we acknowledge that individual differences are of huge value to our business, our team and our industry at large.

Through years of industry experience, we’ve learned that the best idea in a room rarely comes from the person with the loudest voice. As a result, creating a safe environment that empowers our team to interact, connect and collaborate is a priority.

In our team, transparency is responsible for eradicating some of those corporate management hierarchies that stifle creativity. For us, transparency means ensuring that information, data and plans are accessible to the whole team. You see, when you create transparency, you can harness the full intelligence of your team. By offering autonomy and inspiring free-flowing creativity, we can address challenges and concerns faster and smarter. We can achieve far more together.

If it doesn’t work for you, it doesn’t work for us.

Our customers are our partners: partners in idea generation and technological innovation. Collaboration not only underpins our team culture, but also our relationships with customers.

We know that collaboration drives life science innovation. This shouldn’t be limited to collaboration across clinical teams, but collaboration between you and us. An active partnership between us means faster innovation and accelerated trials that advance us toward a healthier world.

We have a culture of listening and engaging with our team, and once a customer, you’re part of this team. We are passionate about improving our technology, and we want you to feel empowered to influence our product direction and strategy.

To ensure Engility works for you, we want to work with you.

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Want to work with us?

We don’t have any open positions currently, but we love hearing from dedicated and talented people who share our vision. If you think there’s a way we could work together, get in touch at recruitment@pharmaseal.co

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Company Mission

PHARMASEAL want to give customers increased control of their clinical trials and product development. We have applied industry expertise, innovative thinking and advanced automation to build and operate an integrated enterprise platform which allows biopharmaceutical and medical device companies to manage all of their clinical trials effectively. We share a vision with innovative companies to simplify and unify clinical trial governance.

Ethos & Culture

A forward-thinking company which is unafraid to challenge the conventional

Everything we do is driven by our ethos to design and engineer agility and unify trial governance. We believe in creating an environment that promotes openness, transparency and community. We are passionate about creating intuitive enterprise software that helps our customers manage flexible supply chains that empower their clinical development processes.


Join our team.

If you would like to make a difference to human health and a team player dedicated to working for an innovative technology company that challenges the convention - let’s talk!
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Our Values


Collective purpose to transform the management and execution of clinical trials and thereby accelerate the availability of new medical products in the market.


To continuously question our approach, research and apply new thinking and software advances to improve our platform and products.


Working as a motivated and empowered team with accountability, direction and creative freedom to develop ourselves and our products.


Intense focus on collaborating closely with our customers to transform the management of their clinical trials. To listen and improve our products via customer feedback.

PHARMASEAL Leadership Team

Challenging the Conventional

Daljit Cheema


Founder & CEO

Daljit has 30 years of industry expertise as a technology leader in life sciences. Daljit made key contributions to clinical technology, strategy and development through various managerial roles at PAREXEL International. In 2002, Daljit joined PE-backed Clinphone as CTO. Daljit's pivotal role led to a successful LSE IPO in 2006 and acquisition by PAREXEL in 2008. Following this acquisition, Daljit led Perceptive Informatics, managing 6 global clinical development technology groups. In 2016, Daljit took the entrepreneurial leap and founded PHARMASEAL, driven by a vision to revolutionise technology for the strategic management of clinical trials for companies of all sizes.

Ricky Lakhani


Chief Product Officer

Ricky Lakhani is a product management leader with 17+ years in life sciences and technology and excels in delivering innovative software solutions for clinical trials. His seasoned career encompasses pivotal roles at Amgen, Roche and Medidata where he skillfully navigated the intersection of life sciences and technology, contributing significantly to product innovation and growth. Ricky's commitment to advancing life sciences technology is evident in his influential leadership roles, making him a respected figure in the industry with a track record of delivering cutting-edge and successful technology solutions for the advancement of clinical trial execution.

Hugh O'Neill


Director Quality Management & Operations

Hugh O’Neill is a PhD Scientist with over 30 years experience in the Pharmaceutical industry, 25 of these in IT roles and 10 years in quality management roles. Hugh has worked for both major global pharmaceutical companies and CROs, developing, implementing, validating, and supporting computer systems, and more recently has been involved in consulting in Quality Management for computer systems. Hugh is a qualified project manager with extensive experience in implementing validated systems, hosting audits and inspections and designing quality management systems. Hugh is also secretary of the RQA IT Committee a global community for QA professionals.


Guiding our organization

John Young



John is an experienced pharmaceutical industry executive with more than 35 years of industry experience. John most recently served as Group President and Senior Advisor to the Pfizer CEO prior to his retirement from Pfizer in 2022. He currently serves on the Boards of Novartis AG (NVTS), Johnson Controls International (JCI), Arvinas Inc (ARVN) and Imbria Pharmaceuticals. He previously served on the Boards of EFPIA (European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries Associations), BIO (The Biotechnology Innovation Organization) and the National Committee for United States-China Relations.

Wayne R. Kubick



Wayne R. Kubick is an executive advisor and expert consultant with more than 30 years of experience in the strategic application of technology to improve clinical research and healthcare. He formerly served as Chief Technology Officer for Health Level Seven International, leading the development of the HL7’s FHIR standard for health data interoperability. His career includes pivotal roles at CDISC and Parexel International, as well as senior positions at Oracle Health Sciences. A key figure in pharmaceutical clinical research, Kubick holds a B.A. from the University of Illinois and an M.B.A. from Boston University.

Karen Roy



Karen Roy was jointly responsible for the development of the CDISC TMF Reference Model, an industry driven initiative to standardize the content, naming and structure of Trial Master Files. She chairs the management of the Model – a Model used by the vast majority of Pharmaceutical companies and CROs. She is currently working for CDISC managing the transition of the Model to becoming a CDISC Standard. Karen has also re-joined the Board of the Institute of Clinical Research, a UK-based association focussed on training and being a voice for Clinical Research, and previously was responsible for the development of TMF business at Phlexglobal.

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